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RECORDS BROKEN FOR 30TH ANNIVERSARY AUSPACK

06-02-2015
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AUSPACK, Australia’s premier packaging and processing exhibition AUSPACK has broken all records in its 30th anniversary year.

When it opens in March, AUSPACK will showcase the most exhibitors covering the largest floor space and the biggest educational program in three decades.

Mr Luke Kasprzak, Portfolio Director – Industrial Division, Exhibition and Trade Fairs,

said AUSPACK 2015 will have the largest floor space of any exhibition in its history at 8017 sqm.

“And we have over 315 exhibitors including, a record number of 80 internationals and 67 APPMA Member companies,” Mr Kasprzak said.

Five of the founding companies that started AUSPACK are among the exhibitors – CPS, Heat & Control, MPI, Nordson and Walls Machinery.

“This year AUSPACK will represent over 1200 brands showcasing new and innovative processing and ipackaging machinery, Mr Kasprzak said.

“During the four-day exhibition, visitors will have the opportunity to meet with hundreds of companies and learn about everything from packaging and processing through to components and materials.”

Under the umbrella of Packaging & Processing Week, the 2015 National Technical Forums will also be held during the week.

The forums are designed as the educational component of AUSPACK and they too have broken records by expanding to a four-day program.

This year delegates will have the opportunity to hear 39 speakers from eight countries cover an extensive range of topics under the theme Open Innovation & Collaboration.

“Attending the 30th Anniversary AUSPACK is an absolute must for anyone looking to learn about the latest innovations in packaging and processing.

Whether it is visiting the exhibition, or participating in the educational program AUSPACK offers something for everyone,” Mr Kasprzak said.

AUSPACK will be held at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre between March 24-27.  

AUSPACK is owned and presented by the Australian Packaging and Processing Machinery Association (APPMA), Australia’s only national packaging and processing machinery organisation.

To register to attend AUSPACK visit www.auspack.com.au

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